BOSTON (FNS) -- Sage's Market here is bursting out of old-fashioned department barriers and rethinking product placement with an eye to where consumers expect to -- and need to -- find products by creating a grab-and-go breakfast section within one of the operator's Charles River Park units. "First we started with items of high quality," said Ed Murphy, store manager. "And we put them in a place readily acceptable and accessible to consumers. Often there is not just one, single place" in ...

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